Owen Nares

February 13, 2009 by: admin

Owen NaresBiography
Owen Nares (1888-1943) had a long theatre and film career and, for most of the 1920s, was in Britain a favourite matinee idol and silent-film star. Delicate but very good looking, he was encouraged by his mother to become an actor and, in 1908, received his training from the actress, Rosina Filippi. The following year, he was playing small parts in West End productions, including, at St. James

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